The Ljubljana “Skyscraper” staircase was the most graceful thing I’ve photographed recently.
But first the last week on my blog. There were:
- Italian ambience in Ljubljana, Slovenia;
- two quotes on trees and some scenes from a favourite garden featuring bestia;
- January 16th will always be the birthday of my two friends, and this year MLK Day as well;
- the second part of sister’s Asia travel photos featuring impressive temples and Buddhas;
- the first visit to magnificently restored Slovenian village Šmartno – we’ll be back;
- Thursday saw some rather creepy night doors from Trastevere in Roma;
- and yesterday we gazed in the Ljubljanica river and its banks to see whether it’s time that passes or us.
And now let’s have a look at a couple of art déco staircases inside the “Nebotičnik”, or Skyscraper, built in 1933 and for 60 years the tallest building in Slovenia. Here it is in an old photo I found online (just because I didn’t take a photo of it myself for some reason):
The next time we will take a look from its terrace, but today just the staircase (well, there are two).
Photo: © signature mmm (except b&w)
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Graceful